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‘Fixer Upper’ Couple: ‘Our Family Has Made a Commitment to Put Christ First’

The couple behind HGTV’s reality series Fixer Upper recently spoke with Billy Graham Evangelistic Association about their faith and the impact the show has had on viewers. Fixer Upper centers on Chip and Joanna Gaines, and—like a lot of HGTV series—shows the designers undertaking new home renovation projects each episode. The couple first met at Baylor University, and for years, ran a home renovation and design company before being approached by the cable network. In the interview, they explained: Our family has made a commitment to put Christ first, a lifestyle our parents modeled for us very well. They showed us how to keep our marriage and family centered around God. As for "Fixer Upper", we have been surprised at the impact of our faith through the show. We haven’t been overtly evangelical, but the rich feedback we have received on family and love all source from our faith. Jesus said the world would know His disciples by their love for one another, and we’ve glimpsed this in practice and strive for it every day. It’s not the first time the show’s stars have spoken about their faith. Back in April, Joanna filmed this video for Baylor, discussing her testimony, her calling and how she uses her platform to share her faith.

10 Live Worship Songs That Will Vastly Improve Your Week

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Pastor’s Warning About ‘Massive’ Cultural Doubt and the Tough Choice Christians Must Now Make

Pastor and author Bobby Conway believes that "massive doubt" has overtaken American culture and that changing moral paradigms have left Christians with a difficult decision regarding what to do next about traditional ethics and values. "We're in a culture right now where we are rejecting many of the values that...

Loyal Hillary Clinton Supporters Say It's OK If She Endorses Shariah Law

Even if 2016 Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton endorses Shariah law for minority communities, she will still have the support of some of her most loyal fans.

How Can God Be A Trinity?

How can God be three and one? Sean briefly defines the Trinity and shows how there is no contradiction when it is properly understood.

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Canon Jeremy Pemberton loses tribunal claim the Church discriminated against him for being in gay marriage ‐ Premier premier

Canon Jeremy Pemberton, who claimed he was discriminated against by the Church of England after he was refused a job for being in a gay marriage, has lost his tribunal.

Are Atheist Countries Really More Moral? | Come Reason's Apologetics Notes

Within the last twenty four hours I saw two different versions of a meme gaining popularity online. The latest one references the nation of Iceland with text that states "Iceland has no army, jailed their corrupt bankers, economy is booming, violent crime is rare, one of the lowest crime rates in the world." The meme then unveils its punchline: "Atheist majority population. Where is all that evil and depravity the religious talk about?" Similar ideas have been offered before. Phil Zuckerman has written in this vein extensively. His article "Secular Societies Fare Better Than Religious Societies" that appeared last year in Psychology Today makes similar assertions: …those democratic nations today that are the most secular, such as Scandinavia, Japan, Australia, the Netherlands, etc., are faring much better on nearly every single indicator of well-being imaginable than the most religious nations on earth today, such as Colombia, Jamaica, El Salvador, Yemen, Malawi, Pakistan, the Philippines, etc.1 Is this right? Are nations such as Iceland, the Scandinavian countries, and Australia better off with their secular cultures? Clarifying the Question – What Do you Mean by 'Better'? Before we jump too far into the details, it is important to clarify just what is being claimed.

Book Review - God's Crime Scene by J. Warner Wallace - Apologetics Guy

[S]everal evidences in the the “room” require explanation. Their origin must be identified before we care decide the correct nature of the scene. As a result of this simple investigation, we determined Richard’s death was a homicide. The evidence inside gave us good reason to believe there was someone we needed to look for outside. In a similar way, we can examine the evidence inside the natural. physical realm of the universe to determine if there is someone we need to look for outside the natural, physical realm.

4 The Rise of Fundamentalism

send to a friend #5  Posted by David  |  Wednesday, November 4, 2015 at 7:44 AM Unfortunately, more and more of the Bible colleges and seminaries associated with fundamentalism have fallen to liberalism. Fuller Theological Seminary fell to the liberals over 30 years ago. Schools like Moody Bible Institute, Biola University [and its adjunct, Talbot School of Theology], Dallas Theological Seminary, Westminster Theological Seminary, Grace Theological Seminary, Multnomah University, and Covenant Theological Seminary--all of which have long been associated with fundamentalism are being infiltrated by a movement called "spiritual formation" in which participants are encouraged to model their devotional lives after medieval Roman Catholic mystics using methods derived from Eastern religions and the occult. All of these schools have courses which are required for all students.

Truthbomb Apologetics: Quote: Greg Koukl on the Role of Apologetics

"If you’re searching for that perfect line of logic capable of subduing any objection, you’re wasting your time. There is no magic, no silver bullet, no clever turn of thought or phrase that’s guaranteed to compel belief…We have very limited control over how other people respond to us.That’s largely in God’s hands. We can remove some of the negatives or dispel some of the fog—and we ought to try to do both. But at the end of the day, a person’s deep-seated rebellion against God is a problem only a supernatural solution can fix." 

YouTube Challenge - I Told My Kids I Ate All Their Halloween Candy 2015

For each of the past four years we’ve asked parents to pretend they ate all their kids’ Halloween Candy and post video of it to YouTube. We got a record number of submissions this year - and here are the best of the best. This is the 5th annual #HeyJimmyKimmelIToldMyKidsIAteAllTheirHa ­lloweenCandy. If you have any leftover candy you'd like to donate to a good cause, please consider giving to Operation Gratitude, who send care packages to the US Military. More information here: SUBSCRIBE to get the latest #KIMMEL: Watch the latest Halloween Candy Prank: Watch Mean Tweets: Connect with Jimmy Kimmel Live Online: Visit the Jimmy Kimmel Live WEBSITE: Like Jimmy Kimmel Live on FACEBOOK: Follow Jimmy Kimmel Live on TWITTER: Follow Jimmy Kimmel Live on INSTAGRAM: About Jimmy Kimmel Live: Jimmy Kimmel serves as host and executive producer of Emmy-winning "Jimmy Kimmel Live," ABC's late-night talk show.

“Audacity” Movie – Love Can’t Stay Silent

Many people are very familiar with the gift of sex, but are not so well informed about the Giver. This 32-page ebooklet will help you understand God’s wonderful design for sexuality—and for you. Featured in the movie, the ebooklet tastefully offers answers to several tough questions, such as:

LIBERAL HEADS EXPLODE: Kentucky's New Lieutenant Governor Jenean Hampton

…Both Bevin and Hampton are Tea Party activists who have never held elective office. Hampton’s path certainly represents triumph over adversity. Born in Detroit, the 57-year-old Hampton and her three sisters were raised by a single mom who lacked a high school education and couldn’t afford a television or a car.

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How can you make this year’s Christmas all it should be? Consider that as John MacArthur sets the tone for a truly worshipful celebration in his study The Real Meaning of Christmas .

How to Rest for Real

Everyone had different opinions. Frustrated, I turned to the Bible, at 5 a.m. as the sun was beginning to peek up and my coffee was brewing. Psalm 62 jumped out at me instantly: “My soul finds rest in God alone.” Maybe part of the problem is that the things we’re choosing to relax with aren’t giving us true rest. Maybe we don’t have to always stay late after events, chatting and eating snacks and glancing at our iPhones. Maybe we don’t have to join every small group, Bible study, prayer circle, but instead need to make sure we’re making time for our relationship with the One who created time. Maybe the secret lies in just knowing ourselves, knowing our own limits and our own intentions.

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My Beloved (Live)

The live video of “My Beloved” was captured in Crowder’s new hometown of Atlanta at Passion City Church. With camera shots captured by drones, the music video features a festival atmosphere, complete with lasers, neon and banjos. After the recording, guests were invited to partake in a petting zoo and food trucks.

Pray For Your Children's Salvation

The salvation of our children is priceless; their spiritual needs far outweigh their physical needs. They need our prayers—our earnest prayers with hearts aflame, both for their initial repentance and coming to Christ by faith, and for their life of ongoing growth in faith. Matthew Henry rightly declared that it is of far more value for parents who die to leave behind a treasury of prayers for their children than it is to leave behind a treasury of silver and gold.

Election Day: Bevin wins in Kentucky, Ohio rejects pot -

(CNN) Matt Bevin, the controversial Kentuckian who attempted to dethrone Sen. Mitch McConnell last year and has vowed to eliminate the state's Obamacare programs, orchestrated a remarkable political comeback on Tuesday to win the state's governorship.

Liberals Are Losing the Culture Wars

Democrats have become increasingly assertive in taking liberal social positions in recent years, believing that they enjoy majority support and even seeking to turn abortion and gay rights into electoral wedges against Republicans. But Tuesday’s results—and the broader trend of recent elections that have been generally disastrous for Democrats not named Barack Obama—call that view into question. Indeed, they suggest that the left has misread the electorate’s enthusiasm for social change, inviting a backlash from mainstream voters invested in the status quo.

Hope in Eternal Purity, Aim at Daily Purity

I used to play those games when I was a kid. “I’ll get saved when I am old, because it is boring to be saved. So get saved when you are old.” No. It won’t happen. The hardness will creep over you and you will lose all your capacity to know him, see him, love him — and God will withdraw from you and you will perish, thinking that on your death bed you could repent. And you will be an Esau pleading for repentance and it will not be given. Don’t play that game. If you are 30 years old, don’t play it. If you are 40, don’t play it. 50, don’t play it. And sure don’t play it if you are 60. Don’t play that game.

Kel Mitchell: Christ Helped Me Overcome Drugs and Suicidal Thoughts

I have seen, felt and been in all types of sin and have been done wrong by others. I know how you feel. Don't be lost anymore! Let go of your past. Be a new creature in Christ! I did! I let Him in and Life is GOOD now, my eyes have been opened. I have always known God but now I have a true understanding of who He is and why I am here and why God has kept me safe, and sinful ways are no longer around me because I am surrounded with the love of Jesus and I have allowed Him to make the decisions in my life. I study the word I worship His name with praying and song.

Billy Graham: It's a Sin to Criticize Your Pastor

"Sadly, I have known of church members who seem to enjoy criticizing their pastor — and sometimes they keep doing it pastor after pastor," Graham goes on to say. "I've never known why; perhaps they do it to just to get attention. But whatever their reason, it is wrong, and it is a sin in the eyes of God. Not only does it cause dissension in the church, but it means their heart and mind are closed to the teaching of God's Word."

The Moral Argument

For more resources visit: View the Kalam Cosmological Argument animation video: View the Fine Tuning Argument animation video: Reasonable Faith features the work of philosopher and theologian Dr. William Lane Craig and aims to provide in the public arena an intelligent, articulate, and uncompromising yet gracious Christian perspective on the most important issues concerning the truth of the Christian faith today, such as: -the existence of God -the meaning of life -the objectivity of truth -the foundation of moral values -the creation of the universe -intelligent design -the reliability of the Gospels -the uniqueness of Jesus -the historicity of Jesus' resurrection -the challenge of religious pluralism We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel which contains full-length clips: Follow Reasonable Faith on Twitter: http://twitter.

How True Art Points to God

God gives us the ability to make art, but art that is put to His use. God fills the workers in Exodus with the Holy Spirit to create the tabernacle and the ark, and we should model our own art off of this inspired act of creation. Art created by Christians should do what Bezalel did: create a space in which individuals can meet with God. Art is incarnational on both sides of production and reception. Like Noah’s ark, too, true art takes on a life of its own that is completely outside the hands of the creator—a life imbued by God.

Evolutionary Psychology Is Neither

Movements often exceed the expectations of their founders, because after the movement catches on, other people inevitably want to capitalize on the popularity or authority of the movement and piggyback their own ideas on to those of its founder.  The figurehead of an ancient religious movement may have warned his followers, “Take heed that ye be not deceived: for many shall come in my name, saying, I am Christ…”  The figurehead of a later political movement may have been so appalled at what the French were doing in his name that he tells someone, “Je ne suis pas Marxiste.”

Three Ways The Church Can Better Serve Special Needs Families

Each of these ministry opportunities demonstrates compassion and addresses a particular individual need. However, while disability affects one family member it impacts the whole family. There is mother and father who may not have been out on a date for some time because they do not know who to entrust with the care of their child. There may be a sibling whose adolescent apprehensions also include concerns for a brother or sister with a disability. Perhaps they even find themselves as the designated caregiver at times when they simply what to hang out with their own friends. An accessible church will consider how they can address the needs of the family as well as the needs of the disabled individual.

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David Silverman Denies That The Holocaust Was Objectively Wrong

Frank Turek and David Silverman debate about absolute or objective morality. While Silverman doesn't prefer the mass killing of Jews, he denies that the mass killings were objectively wrong. It's just his opinion vs. another person's opinion.

I Repented. Why Don’t I Feel Better?

Lately, I’ve been going through an intense time of confessing and repenting both to God and to others. Without giving all the nitty-gritty details, a sin pattern in my life came to light and I’ve had to face how much I’ve hurt others and how far I’ve wandered from God. It has been a painful experience, and while I know logically that this is healthy, I still feel tempted to retreat back into that sin. I’ve always been told that repenting and turning to Jesus makes everything better, but it doesn’t feel like it. Am I wrong to feel this way?

Massive Survey Shows How US Christians Changed from 2007 to 2014

Pew also found some ways that Americans overall are becoming more "spiritual." The number of adults who regularly feel spiritual peace and well-being is up from 52 percent in 2007 to 59 percent in 2014 (margin of error for all Americans: ±0.6%), and evangelicals are no exception. Three-quarters of evangelicals feel a deep sense of spiritual peace at least once a week, up from 68 percent in 2007. So do three-quarters of historically black Protestants: 73 percent reported feeling a deep spiritual well-being at least once a week in 2014, compared with 65 percent in 2007.

How Can Philosophy Aid Theology?

For more resources visit: How can philosophy aid theology? In this clip, Dr William Lane Craig answers this question. On March 21, 2013, Dr Craig spoke at Texas A&M in College Station, Texas on the topic of faith, science and philosophy. This event was put on by the Veritas Forum which hosts university events that engage students and faculty in discussions about life's hardest questions and the relevance of Jesus Christ to all of life. The style of this talk was more like a conversation than a lecture as Dr Craig shares much of his own personal story about how he came to faith in Jesus Christ. We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel: Follow Reasonable Faith on Twitter: Add Reasonable Faith on Facebook:

A Christian Case for Ending the War on Drugs

America’s “War on Drugs” first came to being in the '70s as a way to fight the proliferation of drugs. But decades later, two of its main strategies—the complete prohibition of most recreational drugs and long sentences for crimes as simple as possession—are being reconsidered. And for Christians, even those who oppose drug use, the consequences are significant.

I Don’t Know What to Do With My Life. Help!

I have been working what I've realized is a dead-end job for the last few years, and I'm ready to move on, but I am trying to figure out what on earth I'm supposed to do for the rest of my life. I have been offered a ministry position at my church, but even though I love my church, I just don't feel like that's what I'm supposed to do. I still have a lot of debt from school, so I feel like I need to be somewhat practical. So my question is, how do I choose where to go next, and how do I know that is where God wants me, without feeling crippled by college debt making me jump at a chance to make money?

Actually, God Does Want You to Be Happy

Of course, God’s desire for us to be happy doesn’t mean we won’t have times that we’re not. He takes us through seasons of suffering and difficulty, because He does desire more for us than only happiness; or what we think is happiness. He wants to refine our character, help us heal from the past and develop into our emotional and spiritual potential. This process often feels painful, and He doesn’t ask us to just pretend like everything’s OK and smile through it.

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J. I. Packer: In His Own Words

Special thanks to J.I. Packer and Leland Ryken Created by Crossway for the book, "J. I. Packer: An Evangelical Life"

What I’ve Learned in Twenty Years of Marriage

Twenty-one years ago today, I was waiting in a hallway right next to the baptistery where I was immersed a decade before. Within a few moments, I stood in front of my home church to greet my bride, Maria Hanna, and to pledge to her before God and those witnesses my love and my life. Today, I look back and wonder what all we’ve learned in these twenty-one years together. The main thing is that I’m glad we didn’t wait until we were ready to get married.

10 Inventive Myths About Einstein, Debunked

Though the German-born prodigy’s parents were concerned when he didn’t start speaking until the age of 2, he would go on to use his words (and his numbers) very wisely in the classroom. In fact, he graduated high school near the top of his class. So why do many biographers claim he was such a lousy pupil? There was a confusing change in the grading system at Aargau Cantonal School. (He finished high school at the Swiss academy after leaving his Munich school at age 15 with the help of a doctor’s note citing a “nervous breakdown.”) In the first semester, a “1” was the best possible grade, but in the second semester, the scale flipped and “1” became the lowest mark. Einstein earned ones in mathematics and physics in the first semester and sixes in the second.

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The salvation of our children is priceless; their spiritual needs far outweigh their physical needs. They need our prayers—our earnest prayers with hearts aflame, both for their initial repentance and coming to Christ by faith, and for their life of ongoing growth in faith. Matthew Henry rightly declared that it is of far more value for parents who die to leave behind a treasury of prayers for their children than it is to leave behind a treasury of silver and gold.

Why “God’s Not Dead” Resonated, and What It Missed

With that being said, we should prepare our kids to be students in college settings where there faith is to be challenged. But I never taught my kids to expect the antagonism that the star of the movie did. That would make them too vigilant for their own good. In addition, the biggest challenge for Christians on campus is not the intellectual challenge of apologetics, it is the difference in the morals and way of life between what is acceptable for Christians and what isn’t. In addition, as I’ve seen in my kids, another issue is that kids are being taught to be more thing-oriented than we were through the use of an ever growing technology used in social media as well as other things.

The Real Problem with Anxiety

That’s what it’s like to learn that the real problem behind anxiety is unbelief in the promises of God’s future grace. And he is able to work in wonderfully healing ways when we cry out, “I believe; help my unbelief!” (Mark 9:24).

Massive Survey Shows How US Christians Changed from 2007 to 2014

Pew also found some ways that Americans overall are becoming more "spiritual." The number of adults who regularly feel spiritual peace and well-being is up from 52 percent in 2007 to 59 percent in 2014 (margin of error for all Americans: ±0.6%), and evangelicals are no exception. Three-quarters of evangelicals feel a deep sense of spiritual peace at least once a week, up from 68 percent in 2007. So do three-quarters of historically black Protestants: 73 percent reported feeling a deep spiritual well-being at least once a week in 2014, compared with 65 percent in 2007.

Hillary Clinton on Twitter

Everyone deserves full and equal protection under the law. This is a reminder of the work still left to do. …

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Sin is indeed an act of treason. Believers are redeemed traitors.

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Four Ways the Earth Is Fine-Tuned for Life | Cold Case Christianity

The Earth’s Relationship to the Sun Is Favorable to Life: Earth orbits the sun within a tight “habitable zone” that is highly statistically unlikely for a planet. If Earth were very slightly more distant from—or slightly closer to—the sun, a stable water cycle would be impossible. Also, small changes in the orbital tilt of our planet, or minor variations in the tilt of Earth’s axis, would disallow our climate. The length of rotation matters, too. If Earth had a slower one, our days would be too hot and our nights too cool to support life; shorter, and the wind speeds would be too extreme.

Key and Peele Are Working on an Animated Movie About a Demon-Fighting Nun

Well this seems like an interesting creative decision. The duo behind the hit Comedy Central show Key and Peele are working on a new project that’s a bit of a departure from their sketch comedy high-jinks. According to Variety , Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key have teamed with the stop animation guru Henry Selick—the man who help bring films like The Nightmare Before Christmas and Coraline to life—for a comedy about spiritual warfare. Selick explained to the outlet, “ Wendell and Wild is a comedy about two scheming demon brothers who must face their arch-nemesis, the demon-dusting nun Sister Helly, and her two acolytes, the goth teens Kat and Raou,”adding that supernatural tales were what “caught and held my attention as a kid. According to Key and Peele’s management, “It is not set up yet with a buyer, but the entire team is passionate about the direction.” The duo ended their Comedy Central show this fall after five seasons.

How a PTSD Diagnosis Can Help, and Harm

There are at least three ways that a psychiatric diagnosis can be harmful. The first way is to treat a person as if their diagnosis is their identity—to speak of someone as a “raving schizophrenic,” a “hopeless alcoholic,” or, in the case of PTSD, a “crazy vet.” This brings shame to the person diagnosed, and aversion from everyone else.

William Lane Craig and Paul Helm | "Molinism vs Calvinism" | Premier Christian Radio

For more resources from Reasonable Faith visit: For more resources from Unbelievable visit: In November 2013, Dr William Lane Craig was invited to the radio show Unbelievable, hosted by Justin Brierley, on Premier Christian Radio in the United Kingdom. The topic of discussion on this day was "Calvinism vs Molinism." William Lane Craig is a Christian philosopher and leading proponent of Molinism, a view of divine sovereignty that seeks to reconcile God's fore-ordination with human free will. Paul Helm is a leading Calvin Scholar. He defends the view that God predestines the future, limiting human freedom. We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel which contains short clips: Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: Like the Reasonable Faith Facebook Fan Page: For Paul Helm: http://paulhelmsdeep.

Nominal Christians are becoming more secular, and that’s creating a startling change for the U.S.

In many ways, nominal believers who identified as Christians but were generally unengaged in church provided a “cultural cushion” for Christians. Nominals worked as a restraint on the advance of secularism. Even though they did not order their lives around Christian beliefs, nominals saw themselves on the same “team” as convictional Christians, who did order their lives around their religious faith, so nominal Christians tended to join with the more religious Christians in broader cultural decisions.

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T he more the world changes from modern to postmodern the more thinkers (and thinking) are needed. In today’s culture it’s going to take more and more courage to stand against the feelings and experiences of other people. If we rely mainly on our own feelings and experiences to base our faith on, how will we have the courage to sacrifice? To go against the cultural flow? How can we grow as thinkers?

The Power and Privilege of God’s Children

Here’s where we see why Jesus practiced so well what he preached about prayer and finding a “closet.” He had no inadequacies to make up for, and no doubts about his trueness, but he desperately desired fellowship with his Father. And so, again and again, he prayed alone. “After he had dismissed the crowds, he went up on the mountain by himself to pray. . . . [H]e was there alone” (Matthew 14:23; also Mark 6:46). Not just once, but as a regular habit, he “would withdraw to desolate places and pray” (Luke 5:16). “Rising very early in the morning, while it was still dark, he departed and went out to a desolate place, and there he prayed” (Mark 1:35).

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